Welcome to Show #30!
Jeff’s amusement at how we warm up pre-taping leads to the throwing open of the live feed doors. So the question now goes out to the fans: do you want to listen to us live, as we record the shows?
If you want to listen to us record live, you can find instructions here, including instructions on how to join the IRC chatroom for live interactive feedback from the studio.
This week’s episode discussion: There is no episode discussion. We ran really long with the listener feedback, so this week is pretty much an All-Feedback show.
Listener Feedback: Tim, Summer and Jeff address a few listener emails and comments: First, Edmund throws out some guesses on upcoming Lost Tales subjects, which leads Tim and Summer on a merry chase on related tangents in B5 and Crusade; Chris adds his thoughts on what he’d like to see in the new stories; varied stories connected by a common theme. Tim also reads some blog posts from Beth about the stories being about the Telepath War; Nan votes for a David Sheridan tale, Jake wants a tale about Morden, and Shellock wants to see a Technomage tale.
For voicemails, Jonathan in CA comments on the “Babylon Squared” discussion, expanding on the time travel paradox, which leads to a convoluted discussion about what happened when, and where certain objects caught up in the time loop appeared the first time; Jonathan in CA comments on the Great Machine in “Voice in the Wilderness”, and a guess about what the machine’s purpose might have been, which leads to another geek discussion between Tim and Summer about time travel and multiple possibilities; Michael from Charlotte asks Jeffrey about joint character portrayals in TV shows and gets a rather detailed response from Jeffrey; Jarsto from Netherlands with many comments from previous shows, and a question about Vorlon behavior leads Tim and Summer into another long tangent.
Now you know why there’s no episode discussion this week!
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